don't know. I never used the USB C on my old 2080ti. I thought it was on the GPU for VR headsets to use a single cable for video and power. I thought it was strange as I bought a HP Reverb afterwards and it had DP.
DId you check the PDF? it doesn't say much apart from you can change the USB...
Red was always there because red is a dominant colour of brown. The object you're seeing the blur from is brown and the background is also brown.
Let me explain some more.
Your monitor produces colours with 3 different colour sub pixels - Red, Green and Blue. Your brown mountains are made with...
I'm actually not sure I can see what you're seeing to be honest. I can see a little blur, I wouldn't say it's a stand out red or anything. I'd say it's a darker version of the background colour as the blur is noticeable on the black areas. Dragging light blue leaves a darker blue tint blur, as...
have you tried a HDMI cable yet? I haven't noticed any of the issues you seem to get.
Also what are you trying to do? I set mine at 10 bit, full colour, 4k ,144hz and left it since day 1. No reason to try and faff about with weird resolutions or frame rates.
I think there's a setting in the nvidia global profile which states something like "Aim for highest refresh", I think you can change it to application controlled. Or in the per app profile you can set the desired max frame rate with a slider.
I don't know how dark your blacks are but mine are...
It should be. DP 1.4 is running at maximum bandwidth while HDMI 2.1 is running half bandwidth. I'd say the half bandwidth will be less prone to effects of errors due to cable length and connectors etc
Like I've said multiple times, on my PC the HDMI 2.1 on this monitor is pixel sharp. DP1.4...
My screen with underscores is fine when zoomed on white background. Are you using DP or HDMI 2.1? I'm using HDMI , like I said I found DP a bit soft and weird with this monitor. Any blue on that image is due to the refresh rates of the camera and monitor and not what I see.
Scale on GPU and...
Samsung broke their native resolution on my 8k TV for 8 months with a shoddy firmware update. My once working perfectly PC suddenly wouldn't HDMI handshake with the TV and could only display 4k 60hz. Changing the resolution to anything else would make the screen go into "no signal" .
Happens with both the PS5 and a RTX3090 via HDMI into the FV43U. Every 30-45 seconds there's a .5 second silence via the toslink. Monitor speakers work fine.
PS5/3090 HDMI -> FV43U toslink -> Prism Callia DAC.
F05 , for the short time I had it installed didn't have this issue. F04 and F06 both...
It's a great screen. Don't be put off by stuff in this thread.
White text on black background looking funky can be dealt with by adjusting the monitors black equaliser settings - deep black turns more of a dark grey but you can read stuff.
Input lag - fine.
HDR is amazing on it. Best I've seen...
when I ran an 8k screen (55" samsung TV) I had to have 50% scale on most games to 4k. It really softened the image vs normal 4k, even at that resolution.
You do get used to it though. I think if given the option I'd like to run older games at 4k and newer games at a lower res than be forced to...
F04 has audio drop-outs via the optical out.
F05 broke HDMI 2.1 for me. I have a dual boot system and it goes black screen on the OS selector menu. Removing the power sometimes allows it to come on, but most it doesn't.
Works once I turn it to HDMI 2.0.
DP1.4 works at 4k 144hz 10bit but...
Why would using 2 cables be better than 1 cable anyway?
Each GPU end of the cable has 8 wires connected to it. They aren't daisy chained. They come straight from the PSU. The only difference should be that using separate cables won't use a shared plastic connector.
So, first you claim I "duped" someone into buying my GPU on ebay, now indirectly you're saying that as I duped someone that I probably couldn't afford it in the first place?
That is pretty much what you're saying isn't it?
I purchased my 2080ti 15 months ago. I went specifically with EVGA to get the step-up as I expected the 30x0 cards to be released at any time. That never happened.
Roll on over a year later and they've finally been announced and everyone is losing their shit over them being so powerful - when...
Yeah, I've just thrown mine on ebay for £600, but who in their right mind is going to buy it?
Looking to get a 3090, but will probably need a new PSU too to add to the cost. My 750w EVGA isn't go to power it along with the 10900x.
I know what the sound is, if you're talking about the slight 1 sample "kik" each time you retrigger something.
It's caused by the audio waveform cycle being cut off mid cycle rather than before it reaches zero.
Every time I've heard that sound it's been a USB device or issue.
I had a Samsung O+ and moved on to a HP Reverb. (also owned Lenovo Explorer, HTC Vive, Rift, DK1, DK2 and PSVR)
The colours and black levels on the Samsung are amazing vs the slightly washed out look of the Reverb. The resolution/clarity of the Reverb when running at 3kx3k is similar to...
I leave it at default colour settings so the 4:4:2 setting is greyed out.
The main bit is the TV setting to get it off PC mode and the enabling HDR in the display settings.
You need to adjust the HDR brightness setting within game.
Some parts of the game look bad with HDR, I don't think it's...
PC settings :-
Nvidia - Use default settings
Display settings - HDR + advance colour = ON
and with Samsung TV's they keep auto switching the device type to PC. You need to manually change this to something else like Games Console or Bluray player. Do this in the source menu.
Also make sure...
amazing how many pure angels visit this forum.
im sure everyone bitching at the blokes card rma has never recorded a song from the radio, downloaded an mp3/porn/movie off the net , speeded in their car , walked out of a shop when incorrectly changed , etc etc etc
you will all...